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  • Defense rests in Crisp murder trial
    Freddy Crisp claimed he saved his own life when he shot Dale Potter when he testified in his own defense on Thursday.
  • Man to plead guilty for threats to harm co-workers
    The 20-year-old Lake City man who was arrested in January for allegedly threatening to harm or kill his co-workers at a skilled-care nursing home is expected to plead guilty to two harassment charges on Monday.
  • Judge bars public from juvenile rape trial
    Reporters and other members of the public cannot attend the rape trial of a Greene County High School basketball star, a judge decided last week.
  • ‘Two people died that night’

    Freddy Crisp hugged his children — one at a time — and cried after a jury of 12 decided he was guilty of first-degree murder for killing his friend.

  • ‘His stories defy common sense’
    The lead prosecutor in Freddy Crisp’s murder trial said the man lied multiple times to investigators — and on Thursday, to jurors — about what led him to shoot a North Dakota man in November as they argued in a pickup truck.
  • Crisp changed his story of the shooting
    Freddy Crisp first claimed that his militia friend from North Dakota was suicidal, and Crisp tried to wrestle a handgun away from him when it fired a bullet through the man’s brain in November.
  • Murder suspect claims man threatened his daughters
    A North Dakota militiaman talked of raping Freddy Crisp’s daughters before Crisp pulled a handgun, pointed it behind the left ear of the man and pulled its trigger in November, a defense attorney for Crisp said today at his murder trial.
  • Naked chimney man leaves jail
    The man who gained widespread notoriety Wednesday for being stuck in a chimney with no clothes pleaded not guilty to a trespassing charge and left jail this morning.
  • Farmer demands $6M from West Central
    A Lake View farmer claims in a federal lawsuit he is the victim of a false narrative that farmers’ cooperative leaders concocted to divert the blame for millions of dollars in losses — partly due to an employee’s thefts over several years.
  • Child rapist loses fifth appeal
    The 24-year-old Carroll man who is set to serve 15 more years in prison for raping a 7-year-old girl lost this week his fifth appeal that asked for a new trial.
  • Valentine’s  Day attempted-murder suspect lives in Carroll
    The 36-year-old man accused of trying to kill another man in a jealous rage on Valentine’s Day night most recently lived in Carroll and wants a judge to release him from jail, according to court records.
  • A judge will examine the written records of a young woman’s therapy sessions for information that might show the boy she accused of raping her in August is innocent.
  • Man claims his racism proves he didn’t have sex with niece
    A 38-year-old Carroll man convicted of having sex with his 13-year-old niece claims he is a racist and wouldn’t have had sex with the mixed-race child.
  • The man in the middle
    Loren Danner thought he was dutifully following the law when he submitted an application in January 2013 to build a tall grain distribution tower on his farm east of Carroll.
  • Lawyer seeks to discredit alleged rape victim
    The attorney who is defending a Greene County High School basketball star accused of rape has asked for the alleged victim’s mental health records and for an interview with her before his client’s trial in an effort to discredit her, according to juvenile court records.
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